Research Scientist, CSIRO Oceans and Atmosphere
Hobart, Tasmania, Australia, French / Australian
Dr Clothilde Langlais is a physical oceanographer and a modeller at CSIRO. She began this career in 2003 as a PhD at the University of Toulon, France. In 2008, she moved to Australia to join a booming and stimulating marine and Antarctic science community in Hobart, and never left. Her research activities are dedicated to better understanding the mechanisms governing ocean circulation. After 10 years of research on ocean dynamics, climate variability and change, she is now focussing her research on multidisciplinary coastal projects, closely related to impact, adaptation and management of our coastal resources. Clothilde has a passion for connecting people and is a strong advocate of women in science, and early career researchers.